Target Circle Week – Save Big On Mario Kart Racing Wheels For Nintendo Switch

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Buying a go-kart for a few rounds of real-life Mario Kart would be fairly expensive, but the next best thing is a racing wheel that’ll add an extra layer of immersion to your Mushroom Kingdom races in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. With Target Circle Week now live through April 13, you can pick up a few of these racing wheels at very affordable prices from several top brands. To get these deals you’ll need to be a member of the Target Circle club, but signing up is free and easy. If you need the game as well, you can get a bundle containing the base game and Booster Course Pass for $65 (was $85).

For the racing wheels, one of the top deals here is the Hori Mario Kart Racing Wheel Pro Mini. This one is priced at $53.60 for Circle members this week, and it offers design and compact form factor. The bright red and blue colors make it stand out; it has an ergonomic design based on real steering wheels; and it comes with pedals for that extra touch. This compact Nintendo Switch racing wheel is great for younger members of the family or anyone looking for a racing wheel that won’t break the bank.

Hori Mario Kart Racing Wheel Mini and Deluxe

Alternatively, there’s the Mario Kart Racing Wheel Pro Deluxe from Hori. This one is slightly more expensive–$71 this week at Target–but it is larger and includes convenient onboard controls to help create an authentic racing simulation experience. Plus, this wheel retails for $110, so you’re getting a much larger discount. Both of these Hori racing wheels are officially licensed by Nintendo as well.

Target also has deals on for several other racing wheels and fight sticks right now. Sticking with the Switch, there’s a compact fighting pad with a full eight-button layout and a proper micro switch-activated joystick, ideal for retro fighting games on that platform. On Xbox and PlayStation, several Hori racing wheels have been discounted, but if you’re looking to get the best quality, you can’t go wrong with Logitech’s line of racing wheels. The Logitech G29 for PC and PlayStation have long been the go-to wheels for racing game fans, while on Xbox, the G920 racing wheel is well-suited to games like last year’s Forza Motorsport. These are normally $300 each, but Target is offering them for $240 this week.

Target racing wheel and fight stick deals